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Jan 20, 2013 8:00am PST
our safety, to protect us, yes. i knew i had to survive in this environment. it was stop the draft, stop the war, free speech, all the various ethnic studies, and then out of that came the woman's movement. people hesitated to tell america about the changes taking place. it was absolutely exhilarating. i never doubted that i was not doing what i should be doing. crime in the trip to africa was new level of journalism to me, after the bombing of the embassies there, to be an american journalist in the city doing the aftermath. aftermath was so important because you could hear thousands of people injured, people still in hospitals. we had to tell the world about it. i could go on the road and count the people living in this geography that show a lot of caring. so many things i watched happen that i thought, wow! wow! you know. you just say to yourself, you are lucky to be here. >> an 8-time emmy winner, belva hosted "this week in northern california" for almost 20 years. she shares the details in her life and career in" never in my wildest dreams" now out in paperbook. welcome back,
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